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| August 9, 2016
The Canadian Labour Congress has recently adopted its COP21 Statement, emphasizing that climate change is already affecting production and consumption patterns in many sectors of our economy. The warnings by the IPCC that the current pace of emissions is already consuming the entire global carbon budget is a clear indication that market forces on their own are not in a position to provide the kind of transition that will prevent catastrophic climate change.
by Yves Engler | August 8, 2016
The campaign to revoke the Jewish National Fund of Canada’s charitable status is growing. In recent weeks it’s gained an important political endorsement, high profile intellectual backing and raised funds for a legal challenge. Recently, Green Party leader Elizabeth May joined 28 other party members in sponsoring a resolution to the Party’s August convention calling on the Canada Revenue Agency to revoke the JNF’s charitable status.
Bullet #1290: Wall: Sky Darkens for Sunshine Premier
by J. F. Conway | August 8, 2016
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall had already broken one promise even before he called the election: 'We didn't make a lot of election promises, but we made one significant one – to keep Saskatchewan strong' – unless, of course, you embrace that old bromide, 'what doesn't kill you makes you stronger.' The post-election sky of the Sunshine Premier has darkened as the spectre of economic collapse haunts him.
by Palestinian BDS National Committee | August 7, 2016
The Palestinian-led, global Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement was launched eleven years ago as a nonviolent and effective means for progressive people and organisations across the world to support the struggle of the Palestinian people for our rights under international law.
LeftStreamed: Palestinian Solidarity Struggles
August 7, 2016
The state of Israel was just served notice by Black Lives Matter (BLM) in a big way. The human rights movement pummeled Israel for its decades long oppression of the Palestinian people in its new platform. In a show of solidarity between black Americans, who have bravely struggled against centuries of discrimination in the U.S., Black Lives Matter has reached out to their Palestinian brothers and sisters by embracing the Palestinian call for justice and freedom.
What's New: Stadium Pow Wow
A Tribe Called Red | August 6, 2016
'Stadium Pow Wow' is A Tribe Called Red's first summer single of 2016. The energetic anthem continues to showcase Tribe's unique style of music to the world. Featuring Black Bear, 'Stadium Pow Wow' is ready to take on the world.
What's New: A New Intifada in Kashmir?
| August 6, 2016
From March 18, 2013: Arundhati Roy and Sanjay Kak on the World's Most Densely Militarized Area. Discussing India’s military involvement in Kashmir, Roy says: 'It's such a morally reprehensible thing to be living in a country that is doing this to a people and everyone is keeping quiet about it. ... What they are doing to people is terrible.'
The Broken Chessboard: Brzezinski Gives Up on Empire August 30, 2016
Clinton's Transition Team: A Corporate Presidency Foretold August 30, 2016
The Shameful Foundation of the Clintons' Power August 30, 2016
What tax avoidance costs us -- and what we're giving up August 30, 2016
Unite Against Trident August 30, 2016
Palestinians have no role to play in Israel's film academy August 30, 2016
Who Works for the Workers? August 29, 2016In The News archive:
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|Forum: Southern Insurgency: The Coming of the Global Working Class|
Immanuel Ness, City University of New York
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* Viviana Patroni, York University
* Kyla Sankey, University of Toronto
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